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Thursday September 29, 2011
In response to all of the emails (wow!) I've finally been able to update our Toronto & Buffalo Area OTA HDTV Channel Map. This includes the latest updates to all GTA channels after the analog cutoff on August 31st, plus updates to Buffalo and Rochester stations, as well as a refreshed reference map.

Almost every entry has been modified in some way, and as there was a huge amount of changes to incorporate please take the time to let me know if you spot an error or omission! Also, I would like to hear about any new digital repeaters in the area that haven't been included.

For more, see our HDTV Forum. Note: list updated again October 3, 2011.

Posted by Daniel Tonks on 9/29 at 5:55 AM
Tuesday September 27, 2011
Wait a minute, it’s still September and we’ve already got a CEDIA video ready? No, you’re not dreaming!

This year we’re continuing the style of our last batch of CEDIA reports and dedicating a separate video to each company. Today’s video features Otis Gates from Sony Electonics, who introduces viewers to the new Sony Tablet S running Android Honeycomb 3.1 and describes its unique design, applications and universal remote control capabilities. Read more...

Posted by Daniel Tonks on 9/27 at 7:18 AM
Friday September 9, 2011
URC has announced two additions to their Total Control lineup of remote controls, including the TRC-1280 hybrid touchscreen/hard buttoned remote, plus the TKP-2000 in-wall touchscreen.

Also introduced is off-site programming, which will allow dealers to program, update or service Total Control systems from nearly anywhere. Read more...

New app offers 2-way network-based control over Total Control systems, similar to the company's TKP-2000 in-wall touchscreen. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 9/09 at 11:59 AM
URC has officially announced three new remotes in their Complete Control linup. First is the MX-1200 hybrid hard button & touchscreen remote, second is the MX-780 hard button and OLED screen combination, and third is the MXW-920 water resistant model. Read more...
Thursday September 8, 2011
You'll be excused if you experience some déjà vu if you read this release after our previous RTI one. Pro Control has just announced the iPro.8 Companion Controller, which is a simple low-cost hard buttoned remote designed to complement company's iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch control solutions. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 9/08 at 3:03 PM
Love the idea of using your iPhone for a remote but hate using it for simple tasks such as tweaking the volume or fast forwarding commercials? RTI has today announced the SURFiR, a simple hard buttoned remote designed to complement company's iPad, iPhone & iPod Touch solutions by offering a wide array of instant-access hard buttons for convenient button surfing. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 9/08 at 2:52 PM
Previewed at last year's CEDIA Expo, Savant has officially released the Savant Select handheld remote control, which merges an iPod Touch with traditional hard buttons. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 9/08 at 11:54 AM
Wednesday September 7, 2011
Control4 has launched a new 7" portable tablet-style control with Flash support, capacitive touchscreen and intercom functionality. Read more...
Posted by Daniel Tonks on 9/07 at 6:46 PM
Saturday September 3, 2011
Over the past month RTI has been very busy with the release of four exciting new products – just in time for CEDIA Expo next month.

There's the RTiPanel iPad/iPhone app, the T2-Cs+ handheld controller, the XP-3 control processor, and the AD-8 eight-zone distributed audio system. Read more...

Posted by Daniel Tonks on 9/03 at 8:31 AM
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